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Humanities are at the heart of how we think

When you study in the humanities division at St. Norbert College, you get right to the heart of how we think about ourselves, each other and the world. Students pursuing a humanities degree hone time-honored skills like effective communication, critical and creative thinking, cultural understanding and curiosity — which can be leveraged as a leader and decision-maker in any field.

SNC’s humanities programs
Classical studies south_east
English south_east
History south_east
Modern languages and literatures south_east
Peace and justice studies south_east
Philosophy south_east
Theology and religious studies south_east
Women’s and gender studies south_east
What can you do with a career in the humanities?

SNC’s alumni with humanities degrees work in a wide range of industries, from law and government to medicine and behavioral health, and from business consulting to social media management. Jobs in the humanities span a variety of disciplines, but what they have in common is a focus on the human experience.

Humanities majors can pursue careers as interpreters and translators, human resources managers, labor relations advocates, technical writers and editors, historians and research librarians, or equity and inclusion directors.

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Looking for a more customized approach?

SNC allows you to design a divisional major in the humanities, composed of courses from various disciplines in the division that help you achieve a specific educational goal. We’ll support you through the course selection process with practical guidance.

Choosing a college major?

If you’re still deciding on a major, that’s completely understandable! College is about discovering your passions and your calling. Spark your interest with SNC’s 80+ programs of study — including 30+ majors and many pre-professional paths. You don’t have to choose a major until your sophomore year at SNC, so there’s plenty of time to figure out how it all works. Want a preview? Explore our robust course planning and career resources.

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Contact the St. Norbert College admission office

Campus location

Ariens Family Welcome Center
310 College Ave.
De Pere, WI 54115

Hours of operation

8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

We’re also available by appointment.

Mailing address

Office of Admission
St. Norbert College
Ariens Family Welcome Center
100 Grant St.
De Pere, WI 54115